August 4, 2016
nanoCAD Plus Enhanced With C3D Modeler, Solver, Converter
Moscow, Russia: August 4, 2016 – C3D Labs, a subsidiary of ASCON Group, is pleased to announce that Nanosoft has licensed its C3D components for the nanoCAD Plus platform. As one of the leading Russian CAD software developers, Nanosoft will use the C3D Modeler, C3D Solver, and C3D Converter components from C3D Labs in its nanoCAD Plus line of CAD software.
June 29, 2016
C3D Labs Presents at CAD White Nights 2016 Forum
St. Petersburg, Russia: 26 May, 2016 – At ASCON Group's annual CAD White Nights 2016 Forum, C3D Labs presented its newest products – the C3D Enterprise 2016 integrated toolset and C3D Viewer for viewing and converting 3D models into various formats. In addition, invited speakers shared their experiences developing engineering software using components from C3D Labs.
May 12, 2016
C3D Labs Helps Autodesk Inventor Users to Handle 3D Data
Novosibirsk, Russia and Widnau, Switzerland: May 12, 2016 – LEDAS, a C3D Labs customer and partner, has announced that CAD Software Solutions (Switzerland) has licensed LGC technology for comparison of three-dimensional CAD models and has integrated it into the new plug-in for Autodesk Inventor. This software is expected to arrive on the market later this year. Inventor users will get an easy-to-use tool to compare 3D models in the CAD system itself.
May 12, 2016
The Real History of the C3D Kernel from Alexander Alakhverdyants
C3D Labs this year celebrates the 20th anniversary of its C3D geometric kernel. Twenty years ago the founders of ASCON Group made the decision to begin writing a new mechanical CAD system, today known as KOMPAS-3D. To power the system, the company established a team to write a 3D kernel good enough to compete with foreign kernels in operability and functions. This is where the history of the "Kolomna" geometric kernel begins.
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